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Played by: Joachim Spieth (Affin), Juno Recommends Techno, Slam, Enclave, Victor Martinez, Submerge, Resident Advisor
Review: One of the more driving cuts from Robert Hood's epic Motor: Nighttime World 3 from last year, "Drive (The Age Of Automation)" finds itself getting a welcome single release. The original is about as Detroit as you can get, where a moody motorik bassline gives way to suitably sci-fi synths, combining a musical take on Detroit's automotive history with a Blade Runner aesthetic. Token artist Phase obviously revels in the opportunity to provide two brilliant reworks of the track; the "Nocturnal Mix", which isolates the original's bass stabs and incorporates them into a rolling juggernaut rhythm tailor made for the warehouse, while the "C-Box Mix" opts to keep the melodic elements but pare them back with the producer's trademark sharpness.
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06 May 13
Played by: Alan Fitzpatrick
Review: Italian producer Bosco makes his debut on Kirk Degiorgio's label with this deep but diverse release. "State of Mind Part 1" is the most dance floor friendly, its firing percussion and pulsing bass underpinning shimmering synths that float like a ghost over the arrangement. "Part 3", featuring Fabio Petrosino, is dubbier and more relaxed, with hissing hats guiding a more relaxed tempo and heavy beats. Bosco ramps up the intensity on "Part 4", which sees a buzzing bass underpin his reflective chords, but as "Part 5" and "Part 6" show, the mood here is largely introspective with warbling melodies and muffled vocals prevailing.
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06 May 13
Played by: Roberto Rodriguez
Review: Serenades label boss Rodriguez gets the remix treatment from Arttu, whose work on Clone has impressed. The first version is based on a buzzing bassline, sliver of cheese-wire percussion and utilises the vocal part to its fullest. The dub take plays down the vocals and puts them deeper in the mix, with Arttu allowing the wispy synths and heavy claps prevail. Finally, the alternative mix has a looser feeling, with live drum patterns supporting the dismissive vocal narrative.
02 Apr 13